Journey through Winchmore Hill
Please support our sponsors

Thank you so much to the following organisations and people for giving so generously to make the Journey through Winchmore Hill - Past and Present possible ...

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Mistress Appleby

Mistress Appleby specialises in bespoke hand made antique and vintage jewellery and is one of the last few jewellers to still give individual personal service to its customers where nothing is too much trouble.

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Mostons Chartered Accountants

We are a friendly firm of Chartered Accountants, based on The Green, Winchmore Hill.  We want to build long term business relationships based on trust and friendship.

Paul, Maria and the dedicated team are always available to help our clients.  Our aim is to give a personal service to everyone.

We believe “people do business with people”, we want to see you and your business grow and prosper.

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Brian Foyle

Brian is passionate about the area, its people and history and and was the key member of the team that ran the highly successful exhibition at The N21 Festival. Using this experience he has helped to put together a unique book that will hopefully bring a great deal of pleasure to those that share his passion.

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Jaywalks.co.uk

Are a local and city based walks company that tell you stories and recreate history on inspiring journeys around the locality. Open your eyes to the past !
Jaywalks is run by the experienced qualified guide, Joe Studman.

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N21.net


N21.net is run by Ann and Hugh Humphrey and is a local community and business website for the people of the N21 postcode. N21.net was the first local website and has over 2,000 visitors per month.

N21.net specifically tries to encourage involvement and participation in the community by promoting and organising events. It runs an annual Art and Design exhibition and founded The N21 Festival in celebration of Henrietta Cresswells' book, Winchmore Hill : Memories of a Lost Village.